Crash in Washington on Saturday takes the life of one victim.
TREMONT - The money raised will go towards a trust fund set up for Moore's two children, Kaydin and Callie.
BLOOMINGTON - This is the 3rd year WMBD/WYZZ-TV has held the expo.
BLOOMINGTON - The Miller Park Zoo offered us a sneak peek inside the blueprints for its newest exhibit.
One person is dead after an accident near Rome, Illinois this evening. Peoria county Coroner Johnna Ingersoll has confirmed the death. .
Edison Jr. High School Brings Classmates Together
BLOOMINGTON - The Bloomington High School football team won't be in the playoffs this season, but this year is marking a big win for...
Fire Chief Mike Kimmerling and McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling announced Friday that they will be retiring from their positions in mid-November.
30 for 30 campaign is halfway done
PEORIA - This is the 2nd year for the Forward March and Run, and the 6th year for "Stand Down for Veterans".
Areas along the I-80 corridor could see patchy frost overnight.
The first TV debate involving the two major gubernatorial campaigns happened right here in Peoria tonight.
Like it or not, winter weather will soon be on the way.
VoteSpotter Tracks Legislation in Local Areas
"Frankie" Cash enjoys a century of life
NORMAL - Two Central Illinois water towers are in the running for a national honor.
NORMAL - AN ISU professor is well into his latest research project, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation.
NORMAL - Some of the biggest businesses in the state call the Twin Cities home.
The eastbound lane of Route 24 was blocked off late last night after a semi truck ran off the road.
Police say the victim and the shooter had been arguing for a month about a domestic relationship leading up to the shooting
DOWNS - The Village of Downs is back in the spotlight for another major project.
First time motorcycles will be used on the force in decades.
Police were called out to the 800 block of West Washington Street just before 7 p.m.
On Wednesday, Michele Carroll stopped by to lead students in a timed activity, where they created collages, depicting how they feel about their bodies.
When you buy a "pink" item during October, what percent of your purchase fights breast cancer?
BLOOMINGTON - A local bank is giving residents a chance to thank the soldiers for their service.
In June, a giant wind storm ripped through the area, uprooting trees and sending the park into disarray. It took months to clean up, and now a gift from the state will help pay the bills.
Anne Richie starts an empowerment association to provide sponsorship for students in Guatemala.
BLOOMINGTON - The Bloomington Fire Department has determined a fire near the 700 block of Mill Street was caused by a juvenile playing with a lighter.
Statewide Preservation Award for Rehabilitation
STREATOR - Move over Morton, you've got company in the well-known pumpkin world.
Group looks to raise $80,000.
ICC uses competition to recruit potential students.
New study shows what teachers think of the program.
General Motors is giving ICC an extra boost for its hands on experience in the automotive industry.
Central Illinois residents receive financial counseling and advice
Green Thumb Industries met with community members to discuss future plans if the site is chosen.
NORMAL - The Town of Normal will soon be taking out bonds to pay for two of its major projects.
BLOOMINGTON - It's now a little harder to get pain medications from your local pharmacy.
BLOOMINGTON - The City of Bloomington made it a priority to fix its roadways this year, and they did so, to the tune of $10 million.
There’s a lot to be said for a man and his dog, but not many dogs have quite the story like Andy Kolesar and Nigel.
Residents urged to leave their junk by the curb.
Expert's weigh on the latest developments surrounding hotel.
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The grant will help to expand teacher education programs in urban communities.
The prince spoke with students and staff about the fall of the Iron Curtain.
The demolition has been delayed again for a second time.
County clerks across central Illinois are encouraging voters to make sure they are registered for the November election.
WASHINGTON - The Washington and Northern Tazewell Fire Departments work with Domino's Pizza in Washington to check customer's smoke detectors.
PEORIA - United Presbyterian Church holds the annual "Blessing of the Animals" service each October.